Posted a 9-6 singles record during the fall tournament season and posted a dual total of 7-12 playing at Nos.4, 5 and 6 positions...She finished the season with a 16-18 overall singles record, leading the team along with Caitlin Fluegge with the most wins for singles play...Teamed with two different doubles partners (Fluegge and Anette Pohjalainen) during the season to finish with a 2-0 dual record and a 5-5 overall doubles record competing at the Nos. 2 and 3 positions.
Played 14 of her 15 singles matches at the Nos. 5 and 6 positions, posting a 6-9 dual total, and went 10-13 on the season...She posted a 1-8 dual doubles record and finished 4-12 overall competing with four doubles partners (Pohjalainen, Sarah Seltsam, Kirsten Stople and Rui Xu).
Posted a 2-2 dual record, going 1-1 at both the No. 5 and No. 6 positions...Also went 5-3 during the fall tournament season, for a 7-5 record in her freshman season...In doubles play, went 1-7 on the year, with an 0-3 record at the No. 3 position with Jessica Jones.
Was a four-year varsity letterwinner...Named to both the All-State and All-City teams twice...Was captain and played No. 1 singles her senior year...Cherry Creek won the 5A state championship three times during her career...Was nominated for Outstanding Athlete of the Year...She also played field hockey and ran cross country at Creek, lettering in cross country twice.
Born Feb. 3, 1987, to Graham and Meg Satherlie...Has one brother.
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